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EY Cyprus People Receive Recognitions on ACCA & ICS Exams

EY Cyprus People Receive Recognitions on ACCA & ICS Exams

For yet another examination sitting, exceptional people at EY Cyprus have achieved amazing results, getting first places in Cyprus and remarkable worldwide placings on their ACCA exams.

Elina Papaconstantinou in Tax Services was ranked 1st amongst the ACCA Cyprus finalists, after achieving the highest aggregate mark in the last five papers of the ACCA, and 21st amongst the 5,090 ACCA worldwide finalists. This follows Elina’s other great successes, at the June 2017 ACCA exams where she had achieved 2nd worldwide place in paper P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics (out of 13,444 students); at the December 2016 ACCA exams where she had achieved 7th worldwide place in paper F7 Financial Reporting; and at the June 2016 ACCA exams where she had achieved 2nd place worldwide in paper F9 Financial Management.

Dariya Chubukova in Assurance Services has achieved the 1st place in Cyprus and 17th place in the world among 13,948 ACCA students in paper P3 Business Analysis, in the June 2018 exams.  She has also received the highest mark in all ACCA P level exams in Belarus, her home country.

Additionally, Despo Zannetou in Assurance Services has achieved the highest final mark in Cyprus in PQE Examinations on Shipping Finance (ICS) and the highest mark as a female student.

Maria Sergiou, Head of Talent at EY Cyprus, says:

“We believe that the most valuable element for success in any organization is the right choice of people, as well as continuously investing in them. The quality of our company's human resources has a significant impact on the quality of services we provide to our clients. For this reason, the professional growth and development of our staff is an essential part of EY culture. We look forward to celebrating even more accomplishments from our people in the future!”

At the same time, Rodoulla Vryoni, Risk and Compliance Officer at EY Cyprus, recently earned the CAMS® credential by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists® (ACAMS®), the most respected association for those combating financial crime. The Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) credential is the gold standard in AML certifications and recognized internationally by financial institutions, governments and regulators as a serious commitment to protecting the financial system against money laundering.

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